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Classifieds Listing ("REEP Classifieds") https://techowlpa.org/service/reep/

The REEP Classifieds is a free statewide service for people with disabilities, their families, friends, service providers, and other interested individuals who want to find, buy, sell, or donate previously owned assistive technology. Equipment in the REEP Classifieds includes stair glides, adapted vehicles, wheelchairs, vision aids, communication devices and much more.

The REEP Classifieds is now an interactive online service, providing up-to-date listings that change frequently! From this site, sellers can post their own listings, including photos. Buyers can peruse the listings and, after registering, can obtain contact information about the sellers. For individuals who do not have internet access or who are not skilled users of the web, PIAT's Assistive Technology Resource Center (ATRC) Information and Assistance staff can post and search the listings. PIAT and its ATRCs do not accept responsibility for the devices that are listed on the REEP Classifieds

Avon Grove Lions Club has electric beds in addition to the catagories listed above. See www.aglions.com or contact Bob Yeatman at 484-883-0515.

INTERFAITH SPECIALTY SERVICES, INC., 1437 W. Cayuga Street, Philadelphia, PA   19140 Phone: (215) 324-2539; link www.ISSINC.org   

Joni and Friends of Philadelphia www.philadelphia.joniandfriends.org



A guide that provides comprehensive information on topics like available care options, financial support, and free resources that are available from each state. You can learn more about it here:

TheSimpleDollar.com is a comprehensive resource that helps people not only
understand, but access social security disability benefits. They found that most
people who have become or already living with disabilities are not fully aware
of the benefits and resources that are available to them. This guide will not only answer common
questions like qualifications, application process, as well as a calculator
that can help estimate monthly and annual benefits.

You can see the entire guide along with some of its features here:

Go to http://www.thethoughtfultravelers.com/ for helpful insights about accessible travel.
Embracing Your Space Resources for people with Spinal Cord Injuries: www.knowledgeinitiative.org/embracing-your-space

Donations to Project C.U.R.E.'s Mid-Atlantic Distribution Center are accepted by appointment only. Please call 610.345.0410 or email midatlantic@projectcure.org to arrange drop-off times.  

To volunteer, please call 610.345.0410 or email midatlantic@projectcure.org.

8 Federal Rd.
West Grove, PA 19390


Continuously refrigerated insulin may be donated directly by contacting www.cvim.org

Medical Ministry International, 106 Shamrock Lane,Parkesburg, PA; phone 610-857-3345; www.mmint.org

You can help children with hair loss. See more details at http://www.childrenwithhairloss.us/donate/donate-your-hair/
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Please visit our website at:  www.openhearthinc.org for transitional housing and related services. You will also be able to access THE HELP BOOK from this site.


Freedom Valley Disability Enablement, Inc.is a member of www.ncil.org National Council for Independent Living.
Freedom Valley Disability Enablement, Inc.
3607 Chapel Road
Newtown Square, PA19073
(610) 353-6640 or (800) 427-4754
TTY: (610) 353-8900
FAX: (610) 353-6753

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